Harvard researchers devise a better way to look inside lungs
By Phil McKenna, Boston Globe
July 24, 2006
Despite huge advances in imaging of the human body over the last 30 years, the inner workings of the lungs have remained a mystery. The inability to obtain sharp images has stalled the development of drugs to treat chronic bronchitis and asthma and made it hard to diagnose emphysema and other lung diseases before they become debilitating.
Now, two competing HarvardUniversity researchers think they're closing in on a solution.
More information on how lungs work